Traditional Knowledge is recognized as integral to environmental sustainability and the social and cultural well-being of indigenous peoples. The course focuses on the development of Traditional Knowledge as a field of inquiry and policy debate in Canadian society. Critical attention to the history, politics and theory behind its definition, classification and use will provide students with perspectives on its importance in addressing emergent issues of environmental change. Normally offered in alternate years. Not to be taken if credit received for R SOC 460. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
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|Institution||University of Alberta|
|Fields of study||Environmental scienceAgriculture, forestry and fishery (others)|
|Teaching place||University of Alberta|
|Tags||environmental changeindigenous cultureCanadian societyEnvironmental sustainability|